Future engineering work

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Major improvement work at Glasgow Queen Street from Sunday 30 June to Sunday 28 July

Start date
30/06/2019  00:00
End date
28/07/2019 
Route affected
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Between Glasgow Queen Street and Anniesland / Falkirk Grahamston

 
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Description

Station improvement work is taking place at Glasgow Queen Street, closing platforms 2 & 3.

Saturdays

Trains between Glasgow Queen Street and Anniesland will operate to an hourly service between Ashfield and Anniesland. There will be no onward bus service.

Trains between Glasgow Queen Street and Falkirk Grahamston will start / terminate at Springburn.  Customers should use services between Glasgow Queen Street and Edinburgh for connections.

Sundays

Trains between Glasgow Queen Street and Anniesland will operate between Ashfield and Anniesland only, with the exception of the 7 and 28 July when trains will run as normal.

Trains between Glasgow Queen Street and Cumbernauld will run as scheduled with the exception of 7 and 28 July when buses will replace trains.

Monday to Friday

Trains between Glasgow Queen Street and Anniesland will operate to an hourly service between Ashfield and Anniesland. There will be no onward bus service.

Trains between Glasgow Queen Street and Falkirk Grahamston will start / terminate at Springburn. Customers should use services between Glasgow Queen Street and Edinburgh for connections.

Some trains between Glasgow Queen Street and Stirling will also be formed of 3 carriages instead of 6.

Check before you travel:

These changes are not currently shown in the National Rail Enquiries Journey Planner, please check back nearer to the time of travel.

Project information:

The station upgrade work will create more space for passengers to move around within the station, and the redevelopment will also lengthen some platforms to permit the operation of eight carriage trains on the Edinburgh-Glasgow via Falkirk High Route.